Lake Wendouree 


Lake Wendouree is Ballarat’s most popular lake. It’s 3.5km long and sits in the heart of the city’s central business district, and is accessible from the heart of Ballarat either by taking a walk or a short bike ride around the lake. The lake is stocked with fish, making it perfect for those who love fishing. And for those who hate fishing, the lake is also the perfect place for swimmers, swooshing their feet in the cool water.

Lake Wendouree is a popular place for locals and visitors to visit. Located just 7km southwest of Ballarat, Lake Wendouree is a man-made lake that is a popular spot for boating, fishing, and other water sports. The lake is at its widest point along the western side, and it measures 500m long by 100m wide at a depth of 16m.

Lake Wendouree, Ballarat, is a 3.5 km, 12.6 ha, man made lake. It was completed in 1844, and is located on the site of the town of Wendouree, which existed from 1826 to 1838. The lake is surrounded by parkland. It is part of the Ballarat Lake Recreation Park. The lake is popular with rowers and canoeists, and is the venue of many regattas.

Lake Wendouree, Ballarat is a man made lake, built in 1859. It is a popular tourist spot, and for weddings. The statue at the waters edge is ‘Beauty and the Bull’, by Benjamin Wilson. The bull statue has even been voted one of the Victoria’s most photographed locations.

Ballarat is a bustling regional city in Victoria, Australia, located about 125 miles east of Melbourne and about 1,200 miles west of Sydney. Ballarat was founded in the mid 1840s, and it grew quickly due to the discovery of gold in the area in 1851. At that time, Ballarat was the capital of Victoria and the city’s population was estimated to be 70,000. Today, Ballarat’s population is about 90,000. It sits at the foot of the Pyrenees Mountains.

Lake Wendouree is a man-made lake located in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. The lake, which was constructed between 1864 and 1866, is fed by Big Hill Creek, a tributary of the Grampians River. The lake is a popular tourist attraction, and is the site of many annual events, such as the Ballarat International Balloon Fiesta and the Ballarat International Short Film Festival.

Ballarat is a charming town of almost 90,000 people nestled close to Melbourne, Australia. It has a rich history that dates back almost 200 years, and its architecture reflects that heritage. In fact, Ballarat was one of the first cities in Australia to have electric street lighting, in 1893—two years before Melbourne.

Lake Wendouree is a major tourist destination in Victoria, Australia. It is Ballarat’s largest waterhole and was named after Baron Ferdinand von Mueller, an Austrian emigrant who settled in the area in 1837. Lake Wendouree is 5.6 km long and 3 km wide.